February 2004
Essential Negotiation;2004, p108
The article provides several characteristics of an intimidator during business negotiation. The well-worn intimidator showed uncomfortable seating, lower down than the intimidator's, poor seating position and kept other people waiting. Several actuations of a negotiation's intimidators are presented. Intimidators somehow are not rude but they made a person perceive to be intimidated.


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